INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — One airline is making it easier for families to fly together by offering free flights for kids. And not just little ones who can sit on your lap, but big kids too. The offer includes children 14 years of age or younger.
Currently, Frontier does not have flights scheduled out of the Bismarck airport until May of 2019. Starting in May they have direct flights to Minneapolis and Denver.
According to its website, Frontier Airlines is letting kids fly for free as part of their Discount Den program.
The program costs $59.99 per year and comes with other perks as well.
Here’s how it works: Select a flight on a date that is qualified for Kids Fly Free. On valid Kids Fly Free flights, one kid under 15 can fly for free for every adult Discount Den fare purchased. One of the adults must be a Discount Den member and up to six passengers can fly together. Those six passengers include kids and adults. The offer does not include bags, seats & other travel add-ons.
For full details on Frontier Airlines’ Kids Fly Free program, click here.